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New Poll on Proverbs of The Month Posted Jan. to Jun. 2010

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We have a new poll on the proverbs of the month posted Jan. to Jun., 2010. Let us know your favorite by casting your vote at http://www.afriprov.org. The poll is on the right most column. If you are on facebook, use the African Proverbs Poll facebook application at http://apps.facebook.com/afriprovapps/ .

Note: You can read the explanation of each proverb before voting by clicking on the text. Voting multiple times is allowed so long as you allow 24hrs between votes.

The six proverbs featured are:

* A stick is straightened while still young.
* Do not boast about yourself before performing an event, but after the event.
* Wisdom is like fire. People take it from others.
* The reddish-brown biting ant that breaks away from the trail is the one that turns into the big black ant.
* Tomorrow makes known to us what tomorrow will bring.
* Leave alone a dance you are unable to perform.
 

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